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Vestibular & Balance Disorders

Dizziness and falls are common among certain medical conditions and the elderly. Falls can cause serious injury, expensive medical bills, decreased confidence and limited participation in daily activities. However, falls should not be considered a normal part of aging.

Our specially trained staff, including nine vestibular certified therapists, will complete an evaluation and identify your specific problem areas. Often, there may be multiple reasons for you dizziness and balance problems. Your therapist will design a plan to treat your specific challenges and teach you how to best meet your goals.

If you have any of the following signs or symptoms, you may have a balance or vestibular disorder and may benefit from an evaluation by one of our certified vestibular therapists:

  • A history of falls or near falls
  • Fear of falling
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • A sense of spinning, self-movement or movement of the world around you
  • Trouble walking
  • Feeling unsteady on your feet
  • A sense of imbalance
The most commonly diagnosed vestibular disorders treated at our clinic include benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), labyrinthitis, vestibular neuritis, Meniere's disease, and acoustic neuroma resection, along with many others.

We work alongside neurologists, ear nose and throat doctors (ENTs) and primary care physicians to help reduce symptoms and assist our patients with getting back to performing their everyday activities as safe as possible. Our staff including, nine vestibular trained therapists use evidence-based treatment and advanced technologies to help each patient reach their highest level of functioning and best quality of life.

Our specialized equipment includes:
  • NeuroCom EquiTest provides objective assessment and balance retraining
  • RealEyes™ are used for video recording of one or both eyes during testing for vestibular patients.
  • SMART Balance Master provides objective assessment and balance retraining

More than just the equipment, we utilize proven techniques to treat your symptoms and help you return to daily activities. Our team of certified vestibular therapists can help you.

Click the link below to be directed to the Vestibular Disorders Association website for more information on vestibular disorders.

Vestibular Disorders Association website


"I was referred to the NeuroRehab & Balance Center by my doctor after I had gone to an ENT to try to discover why I was dizzy and unbalanced. At the first couple of visits, my therapist did several tests and determined that I had an inner ear problem. She did a maneuver that cleared a tube in my ear and made my balance considerably better. After more tests, she started me on exercises to help me gain confidence in my ability to balance and be able to comfortably walk across an open area without fear of falling.

Her knowledge of so many issues concerning balance helped me to understand my problem. I am able to do the exercises she recommended at home to continue to improve my overall balance. This gives me the ability to do the things I enjoy and have a full life.

One of the activities I enjoy is serving the homeless breakfast on Sunday morning. I had to quit passing plates because I had to turn back and forth to get the plates. Last Sunday I did that again with no dizziness. What a joy!

I have recommended the NeuroRehab & Balance Center to several people who have noticed that I am feeling more confident about my ability to do things that I had quit doing or depended on my husband for help to balance. My therapist’s patience and knowledge have changed my life."

- Mary

Support Groups

Vestibular Disorders Support Group
830 Falls Creek Drive, Vandalia, OH
Meets Monthly. Please call (937) 890-9235 for information on the monthly program topic and to register.